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Fahrenheit Seven – Courchevel

A party destination with serious style, this chic and contemporary 4* hotel has a prime location in Courchevel 1650.

65 rooms and suites, and 24 private apartments 

Best time to visit

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The lowdown

Despite its charming alpine facade, Fahrenheit 7 is modern and luxurious – a must-visit destination for those looking for a good time in Courchevel. The hotel has not one but four different dining and apres-ski options, and the bold, colourful rooms are a welcome break from traditional Savoyard style. The location couldn’t be better, with the Ariondaz Gondola and the ski school meeting point just 200 metres away. The hotel is just meters from the centre of Courchevel 1650 village too, where you’ll find shops, bars and restaurants galore. Make sure to indulge in a massage in the stunning spa while you’re here.

  • Rest your muscles after a long day on the slopes in the spa with sauna, steam room and massage rooms
  • warm up around the floating fireplace in the La Cheminée lounge bar, visit the Zinc bar and for some live music and classic Apres-ski vibes, take advantage of sunny days at La Terrasse or dine at Asian-inspired grill La Rotisserie
  • Head straight to the slopes from the front door – the ski-in-ski-out hotel is perfectly located for both skiing and village activities

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Rooms and Suites

The interior of Courchevel’s Hotel Fahrenheit Seven has a chic and contemporary ambience, with a bold and striking colour palette, atmospheric lighting and modern furniture. Vintage influences are woven in throughout, and there are retro stylings such as large leather headboards and armchairs, but the vibe is undeniably modern. All rooms have twin or double beds, bath with shower head attachment or shower room, flat screen TV with English speaking channels, hairdryer, bed linen, iPod dock, toiletries, telephone, WiFi and towels.

Double room: 24-30m2 room with a double or two twin beds, with a bath or shower, and balcony with a view over either the village or the pistes. 

Triple room: double bed or two singles, plus a sofa bed, and baby cot on demand. 

Family room with a piste view: 38m2 space sleeping up to four people across two double beds and a sofa bed. Balcony overlooking the pistes.

Top floor duplex room: 45m2 space sleeping up to five people across two double beds and a sofa bed. Bath, shower and separate toilet. 

Duplex family room with piste view: 50m2 space sleeping up to five people across two double beds and a single bed, across two bedrooms. Bath, shower and separate toilet, and balcony overlooking the pistes.

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Après ski and dining

The hotel has four food and drink options, as well as plenty to explore on your doorstep in Courchevel. La Rotisserie is located right on the foot of the slopes, serving up tasty Asian-inspired dishes including meats cooked in our wood fired oven, seared fish, local unpasteurised cheeses as well as a home-made dessert menu. 

The outdoor version of La Rotisserie is La Terrasse, open from 9AM to 7PM daily. Facing south and right on the slopes, you can take full advantage of sunny days whilst surrounded by the mountains. It is perfect either for a mid-morning hot chocolate, a leisurely lunch or a few drinks after a day’s skiing. 

Fahrenheit 7’s newly-launched Le Zinc bar is also worth a visit – here you can either share the platters of local produce, enjoy a glass from a choice of 145 carefully selected wines and Champagnes or choose an old rum or cognac. As the evening goes on, Le Zinc gets livelier with up to 3 nights a week of live music or DJs. 

Last but not least, the hanging fireplace and cosy yet modern atmosphere at La Cheminée make it a perfect refuge for dinner or an evening drink. For guests doing full-board, there’s a 3 course a la carte offering served here, with traditional steaks, tartiflette and Alpine specialities. 

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Spa and Wellness

After a hard day on the slopes, there is nothing better than to relieve aching muscles in the hotel’s wellness area with its large sauna and hammam. After sweating out the toxins, enjoy a herbal tea in the relaxation room, or opt for a massage in one of the treatment rooms.

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In a nutshell

Hotel Type: modern 

Location: ski-in-ski-out access, in a prime position for both the village and slopes

Style: chic and contemporary luxury, with bold colours and fabrics throughout 

Ideal For: Couples and groups of friends

Rooms: 65 en-suite rooms with modern amenities and stylish interiors

Breakfast: Fahrenheit Seven Courchevel offers a buffet or continental breakfast, with additional hot options. 

Dining: 3 course a la carte offering served in the hotel’s La Cheminée restaurant, as well as choice of three other bars and restaurants

Spa: hot tub, sauna, massage treatments and luxurious spa

Children: 2-5 person rooms and suites are ideally suited to families, and cots can be provided on request

Other amenities

  • Large ski room: staff not only rent out the latest equipment, but will also carry your skis or board outside, and carry out any repairs needed in the evening. 
  • Private ski shop on third floor of hotel

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Getting there

Courchevel Altiport (CVF): 10 mins / 4km Chambery (CMF): 1h 45m / 110km
Grenoble (GNB): 1h 50m / 130km

Geneva (GVA): 2h 30m / 190km
Lyon (LYS): 2h 30m / 190km


Closed secure parking, Valet service, Transfer service, Helicopter drop-off point, & private shuttle.


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Low season price from: €1,790
High season price from: €4,611